The ferocity of the fighting in Afghanistan shows that the stakes for the U.S. are getting higher--as are the demands on the U.S. antiwar movement. August 22, 2008
Why do Barack Obama, George Bush and Nuri al-Maliki seem to be converging around a similar policy for the future of the U.S. occupation of Iraq? July 25, 2008
The U.S. is dangling carrots in front of Iran to suspend uranium enrichment--but only after smacking them with increasingly big sticks. July 23, 2008
The author of the best-selling book Blackwater discusses the impact of the privatization of war and how this issue is affecting the 2008 election. July 9, 2008
Suicides among veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan now likely exceed combat deaths, but the government is trying to keep the crisis quiet. July 4, 2008
An IVAW member explains what went into the 800-strong Northwest Regional Winter Soldier hearing in Seattle, and what vets and activists are planning next.
June 18, 2008
The biggest problem for the movement isn't that millions of people are frightened of it, but that the antiwar majority has no active outlet to express opposition. June 16, 2008
In a blow to the Bush administration, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that prisoners of the "war on terror" can appeal to federal courts. June 16, 2008
Gen. William Odom had become a darling of the Bush administration's opponents, but his "antiwar" stance came from a disagreement over tactics, not aims. June 10, 2008
Dozens of antiwar veterans converged on Seattle to share stories of atrocities being committed in Iraq at the Northwest Regional Winter Soldier hearings. June 6, 2008
Millions of his supporters believe he is committed to a radically different course for U.S. foreign policy. But is Barack Obama really the anti-warrior he is made out to be?
June 4, 2008
A member of Iraq Veterans Against the War who served in Afghanistan and beyond explains why he decided to defy orders to deploy to Iraq. May 23, 2008
Out of view of the U.S. media, American forces have been continuing an escalation in violence in Iraq that is claiming more lives. May 21, 2008
While the racist colonial jargon of old may be gone, the talk about making Iraq pay for its occupation proves that what replaced it isn’t much different. May 15, 2008
Prominent Democratic lawmakers are demanding that Iraqis pay for reconstructing their country from the damage inflicted by the U.S. occupation. May 12, 2008
The growing global demand for energy is driving the world's military powers into confrontations to control the earth's dwindling resources. May 9, 2008
A Pentagon program for lining up retired officers to appear in the media as independent "analysts" has been exposed. May 7, 2008
A recent class-action lawsuit has exposed the failure of the Veterans Administration to provide adequate mental health treatment to former soldiers. May 6, 2008
Iraqi security forces may have carried out summary executions, according to revelations that once again expose the scale of brutality in "liberated" Iraq. April 11, 2008
How did the Sadrist movement arise, and what are its conflict with other Shia forces? A book by Patrick Cockburn provides answers. April 11, 2008
Journalist Patrick Cockburn explains the background to the eruption of renewed combat in Iraq and what it means for the future. April 4, 2008
For three days, a stream of veterans took the stage to describe their experiences at the front lines as part of "Winter Soldier: Iraq and Afghanistan." March 21, 2008
The veterans and active-duty soldiers who gather for Winter Soldier in Washington will be following in the footsteps of antiwar vets during Vietnam. March 14, 2008
Socialist Worker talked to veterans from three wars--and participants in the Winter Soldier hearings, then and now--about their experiences.
March 14, 2008
Political prisoner Sami Al-Arian is putting his life on the line again in a protest against the renewal of a government witch-hunt against him.
March 14, 2008
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